Yes I know you didn’t come up with it!
But I had never read it before yet either lol. So im just grateful for the scripture
I really thought I saw a miracle once, but I since thought I probly should not trust my senses/ or, judgements. I really prefer logical explanations for “out of the ordinary” experiences. But since I can’t explain somethings I just suspend my own judgements and think, literally “ God knows”
Since then, I have caught myself craving theses kinds of experiences though, I think they are cool, which now I realise I shouldn’t, and that scripture confirmed it.
Vis, Unfortunately, the word miracle is vastly overused and cheapened.
"I rode my horse all the way into town and he didn't go lame, it's a miracle!"
Was that a "miracle"???
Dr. John MacArthur is much more specific:
What is a miracle? Let me give you a simple definition. A miracle is an interference with nature by a supernatural power. A miracle is something outside our box invading our little box, something outside our world coming into our world and making waves and ripples. Miracles are events in the external world wrought by the power of God. A miracle is God stepping into the universe, setting aside the normal laws of nature to do a supernature act. The Bible describes miracles usually, especially in the New Testament, in three terms: signs, wonders and mighty works. And therein you have the definition of miracles, really. They were mighty works to create wonder, to act as a sign.